Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Anek’ crashes at the box office on Day 4; Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ flies past 15 crore mark | Hindi Movie News


Ayushmann Khurrana’s political action thriller ‘Anek‘ saw a huge drop in collections on its first Monday at the box office. According to the latest report on boxofficeindia.com, the film earned an estimated Rs 50 lakh nett on its fourth day. The drop in collections was estimated at around 70% from its opening day collection which was a promising Rs 1.75 crore.

The film earned Rs 2 crore on Saturday and Rs 1.75 crore on Sunday. With Monday’s collection, the film’s total now stands at an estimated Rs 6 crore nett.

According to trade experts, the film will round off its first week with a total of Rs 7.25 crore nett.

While the Bollywood film has hit a hurdle at the box office, the Hollywood release, ‘Top Gun: Maverick‘ has managed to maintain a steady grip over the box office on its first Monday. The film collected around Rs 1.75-2 crore nett which is just 25% less than its opening day collection of Rs 2 crore.

Although the collections are low, the Tom Cruise starrer is expected to have a decent run at the Indian box office. The film is not performing at the regional level, but the English version is expected to keep ongoing for a few weeks and rake in bigger numbers over the weekends.

The that enjoyed an early release, has collected an estimated Rs 15.25 crore nett thus far. The new film has Cruise reprising the role of Maverick, who returns to the elite aviation training program to train the next generation of flyers, including Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Monica Barbaro, Greg Tarzan Davis, Danny Ramirez, Lewis Pullman and Jay Ellis. Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm and Val Kilmer, reprising his role from the original, also star.

At the international box office, ‘Maverick’ which earned $124 million on its first weekend, is now among the top pandemic era openings, still led by ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ with $260 million, followed by ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ with $187 million and ‘The Batman’ with $134 million.



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